That's not rational. That's very much irrational.
"I don't know how it happened, so I'm going to say it was an invisible man in the sky."
There was a time when science didn't know how humans got here and couldn't explain life's diversity. God was used as the explanation. Charles Darwin came along and made a mockery of that notion. The same thing will almost certainly happen again. And when it does, the religious people will point to something else as proof of God. And when science figures that out, they'll point to something else, and so on and so on.
I'm wondering do you come from a religious background? Because you really come off as a bitter atheist with a bone to pick.
I don't believe in a father figure that created the universe, I don't know how you read that in my posts. My idea of a deity is amorphous, like gravity or the will to live.
IMO the notion of God still has its uses. Do you have any idea how many countries would have been nuked by America if they were not constrained by a fear of God? Besides the Bible says you're a ****. I happen to agree with that.